Jake Arrieta (L), Andrew Miller (R)

After taking two-of-three from the Toronto Blue Jays, the Boston Red Sox will finish up the homestand before the All-Star break starting tonight with a four-game set against the Baltimore Orioles.

Tonight’s first pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. and you can watch the game on NESN in the Red Sox television market. If you live in the Orioles television market, you can catch the game on MASN. If you don’t live in either market, you may be in luck as the MLB Network is scheduled to show the game in certain parts of the country as well. And if you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can always listen to the game on the 2011 Red Sox Radio Network.

Andrew Miller will make his fourth start of 2011 for the Red Sox but it will be his first start against an American League team. His three previous starts against the NL saw him 2-0 with a 3.06 ERA. Miller has made only one career start against the Orioles that came as a member of the Florida Marlins in 2009. In that game, Miller received a no decision after allowing one run in seven innings of work in an eventual Marlins win.

Jake Arrieta makes his 18th start of 2011 campaign for Buck Showalter. In his previous 17 starts, Arrieta is 9-5 with a 4.74 ERA. He has not faced the Red Sox in 2011 and his only career start came back in September of 2010. In that start back in Baltimore, Arrieta received a no decision after allowing three runs on six hits in five innings of work.

Click on the read more button below to see tonight’s lineups, batter/pitcher matchups and links from the day if you’re on the home page.

Here are this evening’s lineups:

Baltimore Orioles36-48 Boston Red Sox51-35
1. J.J. Hardy SS 1. Jacoby Ellsbury CF
2. Nick Markakis RF 2. Dustin Pedroia 2B
3. Adam Jones CF 3. Adrian Gonzalez 1B
4. Vladimir Guerrero DH 4. Kevin Youkilis 3B
5. Matt Wieters C 5. David Ortiz DH
6. Derek Lee 1B 6. Josh Reddick LF
7. Mark Reynolds 3B 7. Jarrod Saltalamacchia C
8. Nolan Reimold C 8. J.D. Drew R
9. Robert Andino SS 9. Marco Scutaro SS
Jake Arrieta SP Andrew Miller SP

And here is how the hitters have fared against tonight’s starting pitchers:

Baltimore Orioles @ Boston Red Sox batter/pitcher matchups

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Red Sox hoping Andrew Miller’s time is now [Clubhouse Insider]

Nation STATion: Talking baseball . . . to myself [CSNNE.com]

Dick Williams dies; architect of Red Sox ’67 rebirth [CSNNE.com]

Lester on injury: ‘It’s nothing serious’ [ESPN Boston]

Once again, Clemens is in the spotlight [Extra Bases]

Dick Williams, manager of the ‘Impossible Dream’ Red Sox, passes away [Extra Bases]

Pregame notes from Fenway Park [Extra Bases]

Is there a 3,000-hit candidate on the Red Sox roster? [Full Count]

Matt Wieters: Kevin Millwood ‘one of smartest pitchers I’ve ever caught’ [Full Count]

Red Sox notes: No word yet on Sunday starter [Full Count]

Which AL East Player Would You Most Like to Have on the Red Sox? [NESN.com]

Andrew Miller Suddenly a Key Cog in Red Sox’ Rotation, As Boston’s Pitchers Struggle to Stay Healthy [NESN.com]

Drew Sutton Turns to Yoga, Active Release Therapy to Alleviate Pain in Overused Muscles [NESN.com]

Video: Jim Rice, Darnell McDonald Discuss Green Monster’s Intricacies, How Wall Has Changed Over the Years [NESN.com]

Video: Jacoby Ellsbury’s Confidence, Comfort Making Difference in All-Star Season [NESN.com]

Strollin’ through the box score [Nuggetpalooza]

A Series Matter: Red Sox-Orioles and the First “Half” [Projo Sox Blog]

Patient plate approach sparked two-out rally [Projo Sox Blog]

Francona still mum on Sunday starter [Projo Sox Blog]

Jed Lowrie still making slow progress [Projo Sox Blog]

Miller looks to give Sox’s rotation shot in arm [RedSox.com]

Acquisitions enduring major first-half slumps [RedSox.com]

Curt Schilling: ‘There isn’t a team in the last 20 years that has won clean’ [Sporting News]

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